TITLE

BİRLEŞMİŞ MİLLETLER BARIŞI KORUMA OPERASYONLARI VE GÜÇ KULLANMA OLGUSU (1946-1996)

AUTHOR(S)
Demirdöğen, Ülkü Demirtürk
PUB. DATE
May 2006
SOURCE
Akdeniz University Faculty of Economics & Administrative Science;may2006, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p236
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article aims to analyze the main lines of the evolution of the United Nations peacekeeping operations in the first fifty years (1946-1996) and discuss whether the use of force is compatible with these operations within the framework of a case study, namely UNPROFOR. The second generation operations which involved many new political and humanitarian functions, became more complex and multidimensional/multifunctional operations in contrast to the first generation peacekeeping operations. The use of force and the related problems are highlighted in the case of UNPROFOR.
ACCESSION #
27994264

 

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